Red, White, and Muslim: My Story of Belief (Review)

I really like the way that Hasan approaches things in Red, White, and Muslim: head on but personal. Each chapter has a theme, and is then broken down into little anecdotes and thoughts that relate to that theme, and that connect to each other in some way. It’s not written as a cohesive piece, though, in each chapter – it’s as though Hasan is giving you a variety of things to think about, but is trying to leave you on your own to connect the dots and to add in your own understandings and make you come to your own conclusions.

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